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Fire officials and witnesses say people leaped into chilly waters and reached shore in Port Richey in the greater Tampa Bay area after the fire.


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To learn more about the chaos onboard the doomed Tropical Breeze casino shuttle boat, News Channel 8 visited Captain Batten's home.


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Authorities said the Coast Guard, sheriff's office, police and other agencies took part in rescue operations. Jandali said passengers had to leap about 12 feet 3 meters and wade through somewhat shallow water. But he knew something was wrong when smoke cut across the sunny Florida skies and he heard shouts and screams. Conover said eight other passengers were treated at the hospital and released. He worried that some might suffer from hypothermia. Chrome Safari Continue.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Port Richey police said 15 people were injured in the fire and it was originally believed that none of the injuries were life threatening. Sign up for Breaking News Alerts Be in the know. The shuttle boat regularly carries people back and forth from the Tropical Breeze Casino Cruise, which is offshore because it can't legally operate close to land, according to authorities. It was a hard jump. Sunday, quickly engulfing the boat close to shore near residential neighborhoods. Her name has not been released and a cause of death has not been determined. Santangelo said he took about 30 of the passengers into his garage to warm up and recover. One woman collapsed upon reaching shore and vomited, he said. Get the latest breaking news delivered straight to your inbox. He said passengers waded in waist-deep water before reaching land. Larry Santangelo, 57, said he had just driven into his neighborhood when he saw smoke and fire and thought a house - possibly his own - was ablaze. Residents then offered them towels, socks and water to drink. Another witness told the Tampa Bay Times the shuttle boat passes regularly by his family's home, carrying patrons to and from a casino ship offshore. It wasn't immediately clear what caused the fire, which sent a huge plume of dark black smoke wafting over sunny skies on an unusually chilly winter day in the Tampa Bay region. But as the vessel turned back, flames kicked up and people began jumping overboard into shallow water, according to witness accounts. The shuttle boat caught fire about 4 p. Flaming shuttle boat. Port Richey Police Chief Gerard DeCanio said the shuttle boat experienced engine problems after leaving the dock at Port Richey, a suburban community about 35 miles 55 kilometers northwest of Tampa. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point spokesman Kurt Conover said Monday that the woman died late Sunday, shortly after she arrived at the hospital's emergency room at 10 p. They said the shuttle vessel was headed out to the casino ship at the time of the fire. He told the Tampa Bay Times that he then saw people wandering about confused, wet and cold, after they reached land. News footage at the site showed survivors cloaked in blankets trying to warm themselves after getting to shore.